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Jamie Lynn Spears Is in Charge of Britney Spears' Finances Now. Sure, Why Not?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 26, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | August 26, 2020 |


Jamie Lynn Spears has reportedly signed a secret agreement to oversee her sister’s finances, and this is such a random turn of events that I honestly couldn’t tell you if it’s good or bad. Could be a front for her mom to take over? Who knows? (The Blast)

Brad Pitt has a new model girlfriend, and the consensus here and at Lainey is that the whole thing is boring and predictable. (Lainey Gossip)

Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are out here Jake Paul-ing it. Read: Throwing house parties despite a goddamn virus in the air. (Dlisted)

A QAnon speaker got booted from the Republican National Convention? Why? How? That’s their exact base now. (Celebitchy)


Hurricane Laura is headed for a city that can’t take anymore. (The Root)

When football coaches in ALABAMA are saying we need to pull the plug, we need to pull the plug. (

While it’s great that Jezebel is reporting on Aaron Coleman’s alleged abuse as more accusations come to light, it’s not great that there’s zero mention of the particular part of Twitter that’s been whitewashing Coleman this whole time. Can’t imagine why? (Jezebel)

Meet the crazy idiots flying over the globe to watch Tenet in a theater in the middle of a pandemic. (Variety)

From Dustin: René Otero, who was heavily featured in Boy’s State, talks about how the experience soured him on politics, and his experiences go to exactly what Roxana was talking about in her piece. (NYTimes)

And speaking of which, you can listen to Roxana on the latest episode of /Filmcast where she delves deeper into how Boy’s State freaked her the hell out. (/Film)

Chris Evans tried to explain why he posed for a picture with Ted Cruz back in February, and he really should’ve stopped at he was just being nice to Cruz’s daughter. (HuffPost)

This story about a random dude dressing up as a federal agent and joining in on raids with nobody batting an eye is a giant shit show that could only happen thanks to the Trump administration letting ICE run wild. (LA Times)

LittlePlat saw the genius in Charlie Jane Anders’ All the Birds in the Sky, but she likes The City in the Middle of the Night much better. "Along with being deeply weird, the second-best way I would describe The City in the Middle of the Night as being very millennial, not in a Harrow the Ninth sort of way, which leaned heavily into the Very Online culture that defined our generation, but in a deeper, more political one." Have you read any of Anders’ works? (Cannonball Read 12)

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Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.

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